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Still goin'

Wes
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Caleb
Still goin'   Friday, June 18, 2004 (5:49 p.m.) 

Wow. Even though this track sounds very much like the first two (as well it should) it has unique and original music. Even after two 3 1/2 hour long movies, Howard Shore still wasn't worn out, his creativity still flowing wonderfully. His music is some of the most original I can remember hearing; although, I had heard that the hobbit theme was very similar to an old hymn. I especially like Shelob's Lair (11), The Fields of the Pelennor (13) and Return of the King (17. I also like the latter halves of Minas Tirith (3) and The white Tree (4).

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Wes
Re: Still goin'   Wednesday, June 23, 2004 (1:28 p.m.) 

> Wow. Even though this track sounds very much like the first two (as well
> it should) it has unique and original music. Even after two 3 1/2 hour
> long movies, Howard Shore still wasn't worn out, his creativity still
> flowing wonderfully. His music is some of the most original I can remember
> hearing; although, I had heard that the hobbit theme was very similar to
> an old hymn. I especially like Shelob's Lair (11), The Fields of the
> Pelennor (13) and Return of the King (17. I also like the latter halves of
> Minas Tirith (3) and The white Tree (4).

Well...I agree. the Latter parts of both Minas Tirith and Fields of Pelennor had that uplifting feel...I don't know if it's just me or what...but I get the feeling of I can do anything.

I especially liked the Trumpet part in Fields of Pelennor.

Shelobs Lair had that creepy sound...Very original.


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